My physician may want me to take this but I can not even afford this with insurance benefits
16 Dec 2010
When my doctor prescribed this medication to me she gave me a card for a discount to take to the pharmacy with me that is good for the first 6 months that I am on victoza. I had to call a phone number listed on the card to get it activated but it even works with my insurance copay. Thank goodness or else I wouldn't be able to take it.
- Victoza Information for Consumers
- Victoza Information for Healthcare Professionals (includes dosage details)
- Side Effects of Victoza (detailed)
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